- Woman dies waiting to be seen, ED nurse to be sued -- Are you at risk? // ED Nursing;Aug2007, Vol. 10 Issue 10, p109
An ED nurse is being targeted for a lawsuit along with the hospital, after a woman allegedly went untreated as she bled to death on the floor of the ED waiting room. It is becoming more common for individual nurses to be named in lawsuits. To reduce risks: â€¢ Be sure that every patient is...
- Malpractice is the least of your worries! Spital, Samuel E. // RN;Dec79, Vol. 42 Issue 12, p73
Discusses the risk malpractice lawsuits against nurses. Sanctions against nurses who commit malpractice; Way in which malpractice cases are handled at the California Board of Registered Nursing; Description of the administrative hearing for such cases.
- LEGALLY SPEAKING: Why you need your own malpractice policy. Bernzweig, Eli P. // RN;Mar85, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p59
Reports on the need for insurance malpractice policy of nurses in the U.S. in 1985. Costs of insurance malpractice policies; Insights on the importance of protection against malpractice lawsuits; Tips in preventing malpractice lawsuits.
- The double risk of delegating. Mantel, Donna Lee; Collins, Helen Lippman // RN;Sep90, Vol. 53 Issue 9, p67
Discusses the liabilities that hospital supervisors faced when delegating responsibilities to the nurses. Details on cases; Ways to avoid malpractice charges; Tips on preventing negligence lawsuits.
- Suing your vet. Tanick, Marshall H. // Dog World;Jan2004, Vol. 89 Issue 1, p20
Focuses on malpractice lawsuits filed against veterinarians in the U.S. Conditions that merit the filing of such lawsuits; Issue of legal costs; Obstacles to court victory against veterinarians.
- LEGALLY SPEAKING. Regan, William Andrew // RN;May80, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p78
Presents the case of a nurse who was sued for slander. Background on the case of the missing money; Ruling of the court; Message of the case.
- The high cost of not paying attention. Tammelleo, A. David // RN;Mar87, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p61
Cites a malpractice case that illustrates how negligence of nurses lead to patient accidents or even death. Medical history of the patient; Details of the accident; Legal action taken by the patient.
- Why do patients sue? An analysis of 105 consecutive actions in alleged medical negligence relating to breast surgery. Ward, Christopher // Clinical Risk;Sep2002, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p173
The article presents an analysis of consecutive actions in alleged medical negligence relating to breast surgery in Great Britain. It is said that claims in medical negligence are likely to rise in relation to increased patient expectations. The analysis focused on female claimant patients who...
- Professional negligence. // Accountancy;May83, Vol. 94 Issue 1077, p6
This section presents a list of cases related to professional negligence that were discussed in the February 1983 issue of Accountancy.